The Way We Wear…Long trench coatDuring our trips to Fashion Weeks over the world we can spot many of the trends that are coming. There are no made rules, many times trends born on catwalks and grow on the streets but sometimes street style rules.
This time the long trench, a classic among classics, is revisited by Phoebe Philo, Celine‘s alma mater. Our very admired creative director, who has revolutioned Céline with modern shapes that we can still call classics, she has created a style that everyone on the fashion world wants to get.
The Long Trench’s trend comes from her remarkable mind.
One of the most important changes of the trench is that we can, of course, wear a it anytime we want, we won’t need rain to put on this stylish long coat. It also has become a casual piece to wear everyday, we can wear it with sneakers, t-shirts and jeans, it is not a dressed-up piece any more.
For the trench to look the coolest, we are suggesting a few tips, you don’t want your outfit to look boring.
The most wanted shoes this season are The Attico’s mules designed by Italian IT Girls Gilda Ambrosio and Giulia Tordini. You will also need a asymmetrical shirt, with a Spanish and sexy touch by Hellessyp that will modernize your look. You can wear the shirt with a classic pair of jeans so your outfit seems effortless. XXL earring are so in right now but if you just wear one, people will believe you know fashion.
Tiwi’s sunglasses are customizable, you can choose frame,lens and add your initials. These sunglasses are great and also Spanish!
Neckerchief will be a must, you can knot it on your bag, your wrist, your ankle or as a belt! All these options will make you a true fashionista.
This Summer’s bag will be a coin purse. We have chosen Eddie Borgo’s bag, we love how elegant and chic it is, even if it was made for nighttime, we’ll wear it when the sun is shining.
And at last, we suggest a long and beautiful trench, a must on your wardrobe, renewed, with wide sleeves, double-breasted and the perfect cut. The trench is this season IT piece. Long Lives the Trench!